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Mary Doyle

 (born 1904)
Mary Frances Doyle was active/lived in Texas.  Mary Doyle is known for abstraction, silk screen graphic.

Keywords and Quick Facts for Mary Doyle

Birth / Death:  born 1904 Stephenville, Texas

Methods for Mary Doyle

Easel Painting
Printmaking, Graphic Arts, Graphic Design

Media for Mary Doyle

Styles for Mary Doyle

Abstraction and Realism; Semi Abstract

Subjects for Mary Doyle

Pure Abstraction, Line, Shape, Color, Texture
Still Life

Geography/Places Lived and/or Worked for Mary Doyle

Texas Before 1940

Art Association for Mary Doyle

Texas Fine Arts Association

Schools for Mary Doyle

Columbia University Art Department, Student

Chronology for Mary Doyle

Early 20th Century Before 1950
Late 20th Century After 1950

Added Description for Mary Doyle

Art Educator: School Teaching, Public Lectures, Workshops

Exhibition/Expo: Regional/National/International for Mary Doyle

Annual Texas Artists Exhibition

Exhibition of Museum for Mary Doyle

Boston Museum of Fine Arts

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